Shakira Wore Vintage Designer Bodysuits On Her Rolling Stone Cover


Singer, songwriter, dancer, and all-around powerhouse Shakira graced the cover of Rolling Stone this month, and the 47-year-old Colombian star served up sexy, beachy vintage looks in the spread.

In the accompanying interview, she opened up about the struggles she’s faced over her decades-long career, talking candidly about everything from her divorce to her father’s health.

She also proved that she’s “still got it,” as she joked, and the photos confirm it.

Shakira’s Vintage Bodysuits

On the cover of the magazine, Shakira sports a black Chanel bodysuit from 1992-1993, with chains slung around her waist. A matching pair of sunglasses adds to the beach-getaway vibes.

The bodysuit cuts high up on the waist, allowing for ample amounts of leg. The look was accessorized with two heavy gold Chanel cuffs — also vintage, from 1984 — and a natural glam, pink-hued makeup look. Sourced from Paume Los Angeles and styled by Dena Giannini, it’s such a simple but seductive summer look.

It isn’t her only bodysuit moment. In the spread, Shakira also wears a denim one-piece swimsuit from Dior’s 2000 collection, paired with a coordinating, sheer, denim-print sarong.

This look is decked out in silver jewelry. The singer also wears a belt, bracelet and necklace, all of which feature the same crystal-encrusted lobster clasp detail from John Galliano’s collaboration with Dior.

Shakira’s Rolling Stone Covers

Of course, this is far from Shakira’s first time on Rolling Stone. In 2009, she graced the cover with another sultry black look — this time, a pair of skinny jeans and a mostly-unbuttoned slinky button down shirt. And in 2002, she was the star of The Cool Issue, wearing low-slung jeans, a lacy push-up bra, and a loose red halter top (very Y2K).

Shakira wore vintage bodysuits on the cover of 'Rolling Stone.'

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With a career as long and expansive as hers, it’s clear that she’s made her mark on music and fashion.

“That’s it: I want to show [my children] that life isn’t linear,” she told Rolling Stone. “It’s not how people picture it in the movies. Things don’t turn out the way we want them to and you have to deal with disappointment. That’s part of the human condition. It’s why we’re here.”

Iconic through and through.

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